Today's News

  • Lady Bruins’ hopes high for soccer season

    Staff Reports
    The 2011 edition of the Lancaster High School girls soccer team is one of great senior leadership and high expectations this spring.
    The 5-1 Lady Bruins are led by captains Sarah DeVenny and Morgan Gardner, who prepared for these leadership positions by their experiences shared over the summer in their trip to Panama.
    “There were many valuable lessons learned in regards to personal responsibilities, self-discipline and self belief which has shaped their leadership roles,” LHS coach Bo Sylvia said.

  • Annual Martial Arts tourney continues to make major impact

    Staff Reports
    The 37th annual Universal Martial Arts Championships, held March 12 at the Springdale Recreation Center, continued in the tradition of the tournament.
    The event was hosted by Grandmaster James White of Universal Karate studios of Lancaster and the National Universal Karate Association.
    The event continued its legacy as one of the Southeast’s top Sport Karate tournaments. It has been called the “battle of the best with capacity attendance.”

  • New Nation Ford coach has link to Lancaster High

    New Nation Ford coach has link to Lancaster High
    Veteran Lancaster High School fans who recently learned about the new head football coach at Nation Ford High School in Fort Mill, probably did some wondering unless they were already in the know.
    The Falcons’ new head football coach is Michael Allen, who has a solid Lancaster link. Yes, that’s the same Michael Allen, who as a youngster roamed the sidelines at LHS football games while his dad, Gus Allen, was the head football coach.

  • Sheriff’s office gets accreditation

    Christopher Sardelli


    It took months of preparation and hundreds of man hours, but the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office was recognized this week as it became one of only 44 state law enforcement agencies to earn its accreditation. 

  • District report card improves
  • Area swim team registrations

    Lancaster area

    Lancaster County swim team registration for the Tigers and Makos teams will be held April 12, 14, 18, 19, 25 and 28 at the Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission office on Springdale Road.

  • Williams eyes N-S game



    The Indian Land Lady Warriors’ basketball program will be front and center Saturday at the annual North-South All-Star basketball game at North Myrtle Beach High School.

  • Vols trip Warriors in 8-6 win



    Andrew Jackson edged county foe Indian Land, 8-6 in Conference IV-AA baseball action Tuesday night at the Vols’ field.

  • LHS young club for 2011 soccer season

    The 2011 Lancaster High boys soccer is completely different from the 2010 team.

  • Speedway's open practice Saturday

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will be hosting open practice for all divisions Saturday.

    Gates open at noon, with practice from 2-6 p.m. Free concessions will be available at the track.